New Delhi: Indian government has decided to appoint Ajay Bisaria as India’s high commissioner to Pakistan, replacing Gautam Bambawale.
Bisaria, currently an ambassador to Poland, will replace Bambawale, who will be given the role of ambassador to China. Bambawale will leave Pakistan on November 09 and take on his new assignment in Beijing soon after.
Ajay Bisaria is a career civil servant, who joined the Indian Foreign Service in 1987. He is currently Ambassador of India to Poland and Lithuania.
Bisaria received his early education in Mumbai and Delhi, has a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from Delhi University.